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Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can take it back.

Brown's latest writing will be discussed.

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James W. Russell is Professor of Sociology at Eastern Connecticut State University, author of six books and numerous articles, and first editor of New Left Notes, a national newspaper of Students for a Democratic Society.

Last July, he wrote an important article titled, "Retirement Crisis in the United States," the topic of today's program.

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Jack Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression." Another Rasmus book will be published in 2011 titled, "Obama's Economy: Stagnation and Collapse 2008-2010."

His current economic views will be discussed.

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John Kozy is a retired philosophy and logic professor, now writing on social, political, and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been a writer for many more. Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com.

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Henry Giroux holds the Global TV Network Chair Professorship at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. His books include "The University in Chains," "Against the Terror of Neoliberalism," "Youth in a Suspect Society," and his newest titled, "Zombie Politics and Culture in the Age of Casino Capitalism."

His newest book will be discussed at a time America's aristocracy is more than ever empowered.

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Among his many credentials, David Swanson is co-founder of After Downing Street.org/now War Is a Crime.org. He's also a board member of Progressive Democrats of America, the Backbone Campaign, and Voters for Peace, along with many other notable activities.

His newest book is titled "War Is A Lie," the topic of today's program.

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James Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a well-respected Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.

He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "War Crimes in Gaza and the Zionist Fifth Column in America."

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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John McMurtry is University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada Professor Emeritus. He's a moral philosopher, ethicist, and vocal advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law. His books include "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer Stage of Capitalism," and "Value Wars."

Discussion will focus on how privately controlled money power drives disorder, corrupts societies, and consigns most in them to sub-par, marginal existences.

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Mads Gilbert is a Norwegian anesthesiologist and University of North Norway Professor of Anesthesiology. He heads the University of Norway, Tromso's Emergency Medicine Department, and served extensively with NORWAC (the Norwegian Aid Committee) and the Palestine Committee in Occupied Palestine and Lebanon.

He and Dr. Erik Fosse provided heroic medical services to Gazans, injured during Israel's Cast Lead war. Their new book, "Eyes in Gaza," covers their work and will be discussed on the program.

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For over 40 years, Bob Chapman has written on business, finance, economics, and politics, and is currently doing it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Husband and wife Mohamed Harkat and Sophie Lamarche jointly pursue justice from a repressive Canadian government, in violation of its own Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Canada's bill of rights.

Mohamed was falsely charged, interned, and is now under draconian house arrest, facing possible deportation to greater repression abroad.

His case and status will be discussed.

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John Kozy is a retired philosophy and logic professor, now writing on social, political, and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been a writer for many more. Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com.

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Gideon Levy is a Haaretz columnist, editorial board member, and recipient of numerous awards for distinguished journalism and human rights. His most recent book is titled "The Punishment of Gaza," discussing Israel's crushing siege and Cast Lead war of aggression.

Levy's views on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict will be discussed.

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Mickey Huff is Professor of History at Diablo Valley College, CA and new Director of Project Censored (PC) and the Media Freedom Foundation. MFF supports First Amendment freedoms, conducts investigative research, and works closely with PC and other media related organizations.

PC is the media democracy advocacy group that publishes vital news stories suppressed or censored in the mainstream.

Each year it ranks the top 25 and publishes them in its yearbook, "Censored: Media Democracy in Action." The latest "Censored 2011: The Top Censored Stories of 2009-10 can be purchased at projectcensored.org/store.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can take if back.

Brown's latest writing will be discussed.

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Marjorie Cohn is a distinguished Law Professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, and past president of the National Lawyers Guild. She's also been a criminal defense attorney at the trial and appellate levels, is a noted author, and has written many articles for professional journals and popular web sites.

Her newest book will be discussed: "The United States of Torture."

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Jack Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression."

His new book book will be published in 2011 titled, "Obama's Economy: Stagnation and Collapse 2008 - 2010."

His current economic views will be discussed.

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Frank Barat is a member of the UK-based Solidarity Campaign, formed to work for peace and justice for Palestinians. He's also a member of the Organizing Committee Russell Tribunal on Palestine (RTP) that "seeks to reaffirm the primacy of international law as the (way to settle) the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."

He's also the editor of "Gaza in Crisis: Reflections on Israel's War Against the Palestinians," a new book by Noam Chomsky and Ilan Pappe.

Discussion will focus on the RTP's most recent London session last November and plans for more ahead to maintain momentum for peace and justice.

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Phyllis Bennis is a noted Middle East expert and author of numerous books on Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, the UN, and America's quest for world dominance. She's also a distinguished fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies and the Transnational Institute where she specializes in Middle East and UN issues.

Current Middle East issues will be discussed.

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James Fetzer is the distinguished Department of Philosophy McKnight University Professor Emeritus at the Universitof Minnesota, Duluth.

He's a prolific author of numerous articles and over 20 books in the philosophy of science and on the theoretical foundations of computer science, artificial intelligence and cognitive science.

He's also the founder of Scholars for 9/11 truth, a non-partisan association of faculty, students, and scholars, dedicated to exposing official lies, removing the shroud of deceit, and revealing truths behind 9/11.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Stjepan Mestrovic is a Professor of Sociology at Texas A&M University and author of "The Good Soldier on Trial: A Sociological Study of Misconduct by the US Military Pertaining to Operation Iron Triangle, Iraq."

Wrongfully convicted were low ranking soldiers to absolve commanders, Pentagon brass, and top Bush administration officials. Attorney Paul Bergrin was also bogusly charged, sits in jail, and faces trial for seeking justice.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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For over 40 years, Bob Chapman has written on business, finance, economics and politics, and is currently doing it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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John McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer Stage of Capitalism," and "Value Wars." McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

Major topics he's focused on will be discussed.

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Franklin Lamb is a journalist, author, and Director of Americans Concerned for Middle East Peace. He's also a board member of the Sabra Shatila Foundation and longtime civil rights activist.

Discussion will focus his work and current Middle East topics suppressed in the major media.

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James Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a well-respected Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.

He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "War Crimes in Gaza and the Zionist Fifth Column in America."

Major world and national events will be discussed, including prospects from Middle East uprisings.

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Catherine Austin Fitts is an investment advisor, entrepreneur, and former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner under GHW Bush. She's also a former Managing Director and board member of the Wall Street firm, Dillon Read & Co., Inc.

She's now editor of Solari.com and runs Solari, Inc. - an "online media company focused on ethical investment and preserving family wealth. Long ago, (she) made a promise (never again to) act against the best interest (of her) own people (and to do her best) to leave a better world for generations to come."

Her latest views on world and national issues will be discussed.

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John Kozy is a retired philosophy and logic professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com

His latest articles will be discussed.

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Ray McGovern is a retired CIA officer (1963 - 1990), turned activist and political critic, addressing major world and national issues in lectures and frequent articles.

His latest views on world and national issues will be discussed.

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Jennifer Loewenstein teaches at the University of Wisconsin and is Associate Director of its Middle East Studies Program. She's also a board member of the Israeli Coalition against House Demolitions-USA branch, founder of the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project, and a freelance journalist.

Middle East, Wisconsin, and other issues will be discussed.

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Mickey Huff is Professor of History at Diablo Valley College and new Director of Project Censored (PC) and the Media Freedom Foundation. Both support media democracy, First Amendment freedoms, and investigative research to communicate real news and information to a global audience.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Stephen Zarlenga is Director of the American Monetary Institute (AMI), a publicly supported charity involved in conducting research on the nature of money, its role in controlling societies, and the importance of reforming a broken system to achieve economic justice.

Zarlenga is a noted expert on issues related to finance, securities, insurance, mutual funds, real estate, and futures trading. He's written 20 books on money, banking, politics and philosophy, including "The Lost Science of Money" that "exposes the mythology created to protect those who are embezzling from society" by contolling the nation's money.

The result is a structurally corrupted political economy with elected officials the handmaidens of Wall Street, aunprecedented wealth disparity between the rich and most others, and a society in decay heading for ruin and tyranny unless stopped.

That topic will be discussed and Zarlenga's prescription for change.

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Robert Abele is Professor of humanities and philosophy at Diablo Valley College, CA. He's authored four books, including "Democracy Gone" and "Anatomy of a Deception" about the Iraq invasion, occupation, and preparation for the next deception. Abele's latest world and national views will be discussed.

Harvey Wasserman is an activist, author, media figure, and nuclear power expert. Discussion will focus on Japan's Fukushima reactor meltdown and potential catastrophic fallout throughout East Asia and beyond.

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Karl Grossman is a State University of New York Professor of Journalism, also specializing in investigative reporting for over 40 years.

In addition, he authored six books, including "Cover Up: What You Are Not Supposed to Know About Nuclear Power."

Japan's nuclear meltdown will be discussed.

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James Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.

He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "War Crimes in Gaza and the Zionist Fifth Column in America."

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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John McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer Stage of Capitalism," and "Value Wars." McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

Brown also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return money power to the people where it belongs.

Brown's latest writing will be discussed.

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Fadhel Kaboub is Professor of Economics at Denison University, OH and Research Associate at the Levy Institute of Bard College, NY, the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, MO, and the International Policy Institute, Ontario.

He teaches and focuses heavily on macroeconomic theory and policy, monetary theory and policy, and economic development, especially job creation and social justice.

His latest economic views will be discussed.

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Jack Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression."

His new book coming out soon is titled, "Obama's Economy: Stagnation and Collapse - 2008 - 2010."

His latest assessment of economic conditions will be discussed.

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John Kozy is a retired philosophy and logic professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com.

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Keith Harmon Snow is an independent journalist, war correspondent, human rights investigator, photographer, lecturer, and three-time Project Censored award winner.

Middle East events will be discussed.

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Dave Lindorff is a long-time award-winning investigative reporter/journalist, contributing to numerous publications and popular web sites in America and abroad.

A prolific author, his books include "The Case for Impeachment: Legal Arguments for Removing George W. Bush;" "This Can't Be Happening: Resisting the Disintegration of American Democracy;" and "Marketplace Medicine: The Rise of the For Profit Hospital Chains."

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Dahr Jamail is an activist and independent award-winning journalist who reported "unembedded" from Iraq from 2003 - 2005. His Dahr Jamail Dispatches can be followed on his web site - dahrjamail.com.

He's also an author, his latest book titled, "The Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan."

Jamail's latest writing will be discussed.

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Karl Grossman is a State University of New York Professor of Journalism, also specializing in investigative reporting for over 40 years.

In addition, he authored six books, including "Cover Up: What You Are Not Supposed to Know about Nuclear Power."

Japan's nuclear disaster will be discussed.

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Franklin Lamb is a journalist, author, and Director of Americans Concerned for Middle East Peace. He's also a board member of the Sabra Shatila Foundation and longtime civil rights activist.

Libya and other regional uprisings will be discussed.

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Robert Abele is Professor of Humanities and Philosophy at Diablo Valley College, CA. He authored four books, including "Democracy Gone" and "Anatomy of a Deception" about the Iraq invasion, occupation, and preparation for the next deception.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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For over 50 years, Bob Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, and is currently doing it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Peter Phillips is a Sonoma State University Sociology Professor and former Director of Project Censored (PC). He's currently President of the Media Freedom Foundation (MFF) initiative for First Amendment freedoms and investigative research, working jointly with PC and other media related organizations.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Peter Phillips is a Sonoma State University Sociology Professor and former Director of Project Censored (PC). He's currently President of the Media Freedom Foundation (MFF) initiative for First Amendment freedoms and investigative research, working jointly with PC and other media related organizations.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Richard Wolff is Economics Professor Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, now teaching at The New School in New York.

He's written numerous articles and books on topics ranging from modern imperialism, the economics of colonialism, the current economic crisis, and much more for over 40 years.

To access his articles, videos, interviews, and podcasts, visit his web site at www.rdwolff.com.

Current economic conditions will be discussed.

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Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

Brown also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return money power to the people where it belongs.

Her latest writing will be discussed.

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James Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.

He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "War Crimes in Gaza and the Zionist Fifth Column in America."

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Jack Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression."

His forthcoming book available soon is titled, "Obama's Economy: Stagnation and Collapse - 2008 - 2010."

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John Kozy is a retired philosophy and logic professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com.

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Rachael Rudolph is a distinguished scholar on resistance strategies, especially Islamic movements in Algeria, Palestine, and the Philippines.

Her books include "Terrorism and Politics;" "Mobilizing Movements, Mobilizing Contemporary Islamic Resistance;" and "Saudi Arabia's War on Terrorism."

Middle East uprisings will be discussed.

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Kathy Kelly is a long-time political/social/anti-war activist and coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence (VCNV). In 1996, she helped establish Voices in the Wilderness to end Washington's repressive Iraq sanctions.

VCNV is a heroic resistance campaign against imperial wars, violence, and the "war on terror," abroad and at home.

Kelly was recently in Afghanistan. Discussion will focus on her trip.

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Michael Parenti is an internationally known political scientist and award-winning author and lecturer. He's also one of the nation's leading progressive political analysts, social critics, and anti-war activists.

His many book include "Democracy for the Few", "Superpatriotism", "Inventing Reality" on the state of the media, and his newest titled, "The Face of Imperialism.

Parenti's new book will be discussed.

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Denis Rancourt is a distinguished tenured Professor of Physics, a recognized expert in his field, as well as a noted Environmental Science Researcher at the University of Ottawa, Canada.

Nonetheless, because of his support for Palestinian liberation and justice, he was unfairly fired and barred from campus - a violation of his tenure, stature, academic freedom, and activism for human and civil rights.

World and national issues will be discussed.

Also, we have Karl Grossman and he is a State University of New York Professor of Journalism, also specializing in investigative reporting for over 40 years.

In addition, he authored six books, including "Cover Up: What You Are Not Supposed to Know About Nuclear Power."

Fukushima's confirmed core nuclear meltdown will be discussed, a disaster far worse than previously admitted.

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William A. Cook is a writer, author, and Professor of English at the University of La Verne, CA, where he served earlier as Vice President for Academic Affairs for 13 years.

His books include "Cultural Expressions of Evil and Wickedness," "Psalms for the 21st Century," and his edited one, "The Plight of the Palestinians."

Middle East uprisings will be discussed.

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Bruce Levine is a clinical psychologist, lecturer, writer, and author of several books, including "Commonsense Rebellion" and his latest titled, "Get Up, Stand Up: Uniting Populists, Energizing the Defeated, and Battling the Corporate Elite."

His new book will be discussed.

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Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return money power to the people where it belongs.

Her latest writing will be discussed.

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David Ray Griffin is a distinguished scholar, author, theologian, and Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Theology, Emeritus, at Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA.

He's also the author and editor of more than 30 books, including "The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11," "The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions," "The Mysterious Collapse of World Trade Center 7," and his newest one titled, "Cognitive Infiltration: An Obama Appointee's Plan to Undermine the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory."

Griffin's two newest books will be discussed. Also his book on bin Laden titled, "Osama Bin Laden: Dead or Alive?"

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Diane Wilson is a long-time environmental, social justice and peace activist, arrested more than fifty times for her principled civil disobedience. She's also co-founder of CodePink, the Texas Jail Project, and Texas Injured Workers, as well as founder of Calhoun County (Alabama) Resource Watch.

Wilson's book titled, "Dairy of An Eco-Outlaw: An Unreasonable Woman Breaks the Law for Mother Earth" will be discussed on the program.

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Jack Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Repression."

His forthcoming book soon out is titled, "Obama's Economy: Recovery for the Few.

His current views on the economy will be discussed.

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Mickey Huff is Professor of History at Diablo Valley College, CA, as well as new Director of Project Censored (PC) and the Media Freedom Foundation. Both support media democracy, First Amendment freedoms, and investigative research to communicate real news and information to a global audience.

Major world and national issues will be discussed

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James Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.

He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "The Arab Revolt and the Imperialist Counterattack."

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Robert Abele is Professor of Humanities and Philosophy at Diablo Valley College, CA. He's also authored four books, including "Democracy gone" and "Anatomy of a Deception" about the Iraq invasion, occupation, and preparation for the next deception.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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John McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer State of Capitalism," and "Value Wars." McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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For over 50 years, Bob Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, and now does it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster. It's a vital resource for information ignored in the mainstream.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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John Kozy is a retired philosophy and logic professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www. jkozy.com

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Jennifer Loewenstein teaches at the University of Wisconsin and is Associate Director of its Middle East Studies Program. She's also a board member of the Israeli Coalition against House Demolitions-USA branch, founder of the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project, and a freelance journalist.

Libya, Occupied Palestine and other Middle East issues will be discussed.

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Stjepan Mestrovic is Professor of Sociology at Texas A&M University and author of "The Good Soldier on Trial: A Sociological Study of Misconduct by the US Military Pertaining to Operation Iron Triangle."

It discusses low ranking soldiers hung out to dry for the crimes of superiors, as well as attorney Paul Bergrin for wanting everyone in the chain of command held accountable for their crimes of war and against humanity.

Current world and national topics will be discussed.

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Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return money power to the people where it belongs.

Her latest writing will be discussed.

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John McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer State of Capitalism," and "Value Wars." McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Paul Craig Roberts was former Assistant Treasury Secretary under Ronald Reagan, a Wall Street Journal Associate Editor, and holder of numerous academic appointments, including at Georgetown University's Center for Strategic and International Studies.

He's now a prominent Bush and Obama administration critic against their destructive, repressive policies, endangering people everywhere.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Dave Lindorff is an award-winning investigative reporter/journalist, contributing to numerous publications and popular web sites in America and abroad.

A prolific author, his books include "The Case for Impeachment: Legal Arguments for Removing George W. Bush;" "This Can't Be Happening: Resisting the Disintegration of American Democracy;" and "Marketplace Medicine: The Rise of the For Profit Hospital Chains."

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Denis Rancourt is a distinguished tenured Professor of Physics, a recognized expert in his field, and an Environmental Science Researcher at the University of Ottawa, Canada.

Yet he was persecuted, unfairly fired, and barred from campus - a gross violation of his academic freedom, tenure, stature, and support for human rights, civil liberties and equal justice.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Lizzie Phalen is a journalist/activist, supporting people's struggles globally against US/Western imperialism.

She spent time in Tripoli, may go back, and will discuss what she saw firsthand, including bombing civilian targets and killing noncombatants.

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Jack Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression."

His forthcoming book soon out is titled, "Obama's Economy: Recovery for the Few."

His current views on the economy will be discussed.

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Peter Dale Scott is a poet, author, researcher, former Canadian diplomat and UC Berkeley English Professor. He's also been an anti-war activist since the 1960s.

His latest book is titled, "American War Machine: Deep Politics, the CIA Global Drug Connection, and the Road to Afghanistan."

Scott's latest writing will be discussed.

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James Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.

He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "The Arab Revolt and the Imperialist Counterattack."

Major world and national topics will be discussed.

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Today's guest is John McMurtry, an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer State of Capitalism," and "Value Wars." McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

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Guest today is John Kozy, a retired philosophy and logic professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com

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Guest is Bill Dod a Russia Today (RT.com) news presenter, the 24-hour worldwide satellite news channel, producing reports, commentary and analysis suppressed by America's major media.

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Today's guest is Paul Craig Roberts

Roberts was former Assistant Treasury Secretary under Ronald Reagan, a Wall Street Journal Associate Editor, and holder of numerous academic appointments, including at Georgetown University's Center for Strategic and International Studies.

He now prominently criticizes destructive, repressive state policies, harming people everywhere.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Nawal El Saadawi

Saadawi is a leading Egyptian feminist, sociologist, physician, and important writer (including 27 books) on Arab women's problems and related issues.

Conditions in Egypt and Middle East uprisings will be discussed.

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Guests: Mahdi Nazemroaya and Bruce Gagnon

Nazemroaya is a Middle East/Central Asian analyst and Research Associate for the Center for Research on Globalization.

Since June, he and other independent journalists reported truthfully on NATO's Libya war, putting themselves at great risk doing it.

He'll discuss what he saw firsthand.

Gagnon is co-founder and coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space. He's also provided extensive coverage of America's plan for a greater Asian footprint on Jeju Island, South Korea.

It's effect and implication for the region, island, and its residents will be discussed.

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Guest: John McMurtry

McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer State of Capitalism," and "Value Wars."

McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

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Guest: Ellen Brown

Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return power to the people where it belongs.

Her latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest: John McMurtry
McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.
His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer State of Capitalism," and "Value Wars."
McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.
Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Frank Barat
Frank Barat is a member of the UK-based Palestine Solidarity Campaign, formed to work for peace and justice for Palestinians. He's also a member of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine's (RTP) Organizing Committee that "seeks to reaffirm the primacy of international law as the (way to settle) the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
In March, RTP held its first Tribunal Session in Barcelona. On November 21-22, its second was held in London.
Discussion will focus on its findings.
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Guest: Andrew Kolin

Kolin is Professor of Political Science at Hilbert College. His books include "State Power and Democracy" and "State Structure and Genocide." It discusses his thesis that America is now a police state.

That topic and his book will be discussed.

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Guest: James Petras
Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.
He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "The Arab Revolt and the Imperialist Counterattack."
Major world and national issues will be discussed.
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Guest:  Ray McGovern

McGovern is a retired CIA officer (1963 - 1990), turned activist and political critic, addressing major world and national issues in lectures and frequent articles. He's actively participating in Occupy Washington for social justice. That issue will be discussed.

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Graeme MacQueen is founding Director of the Centre for Peace Studies at McMaster University.

He participated in developing peace-building projects in Sri Lanka, Gaza, Croatia, Afghanistan. He also helped develop India's Women's Peace Brigade and serves on a Canadian Board supporting this initiative.

In recent years, he focused heavily on 9/11 studies, wrote four related research articles, and gives numerous talks and interviews on the topic, including on today's program.

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Guest:  Bob Chapman

For over 50 years, Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, now doing it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster. It's a vital resource for information ignored by the mainstream.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guest:  Ellen Brown

Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return power to the people where it belongs.

Her latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest: Paul Craig Roberts
Roberts was former Assistant Treasury Secretary under Ronald Reagan, a Wall Street Journal Associate Editor, and holder of numerous academic appointments, including at Georgetown University's Center for Strategic and International Studies.
He now prominently criticizes destructive, repressive state policies, harming people everywhere.

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Guest: Kourosh Ziabari

Ziabari is an Iranian journalist and World Student Community for Sustainable Development member.

His widely published articles, focusing on major world issues, appear regularly in print and online.

Discussion will focus on Western and Israeli hostility against Iran, perhaps leading to conflict.

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Guest: Jack Rasmus

Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression."

His forthcoming book is titled, "Obama's Economy: Recovery for the Few."

His current views on the economy will be discussed.

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